Photo Preservation for Chemical & Digital Photographs (Product Info)

Discussion in 'Photography' started by Steven S., Feb 4, 2004.

  1. Steven S.

    Steven S. Guest

    I am posting some brief and very useful information concerning a new
    product in the Photography Industry. The product by the name of
    ArtShield is a clear coating designed to protect and enhance the
    longevity of fine art, graphics and photographs (both chemical and
    digital). Artshield is totally non-staining and will not affect the
    colors or the material of the object being coated. It renders a
    photograph non-yellowing. This product is of long term benefits for
    both the professional and the hobbyist. For more details please visit
    the Artshield website at http://liquiguard.com/artshield.htm Please
    accept my thanks for your time and interest
    Sincerely,
    Steven S.
    E-Commerce Marketing/Sales Director
    Liquiguard Technologies
    Fort Lauderdale, FL 33306
    http://www.liquiguard.com
     
    Steven S., Feb 4, 2004
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  2. SPAM

    I, for one, will not buy this product.
     
    Nicholas O. Lindan, Feb 4, 2004
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  3. Steven S.

    Canopus Guest

    So how is it different to the Lettreset coating product that was available
    in mat or gloss and which I was using 35 years ago to preserve art work
    ready for printing?. Or any other identical product that's on the market
    these days which claims the same thing for that matter?

    Rob
     
    Canopus, Feb 4, 2004
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  4. Steven S.

    nicholas t Guest

    This one's a pyramid scheme ;-)
     
    nicholas t, Feb 4, 2004
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  5. ......based on embalming fluid ? :)
     
    Dennis Bradley, Feb 5, 2004
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  6. Steven S.

    Canopus Guest

    So it will be first class for all my Egyptian photographs?

    Rob
     
    Canopus, Feb 5, 2004
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  7. Steven S.

    Alan Kerr Guest

    this is what preserved the hieroglyphics on the pyramid walls all these
    years :)

    Alan
     
    Alan Kerr, Feb 5, 2004
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  8. Steven S.

    Canopus Guest

    Awe! In that case it can't be any good as there aren't any hieroglyphs on
    the pyramid walls any more. Mind you, I know where some of the hieroglyphs
    that were on the casing of the Great Pyramid ended up and am planning to see
    if I can get some pictures of them over Easter. They are in some dark
    passages three feet wide within the walls of a mosque so it sounds like
    difficult shooting conditions.

    Rob
     
    Canopus, Feb 5, 2004
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